November 27th, 2012 - NEW CONTENT!
Yes, I have been ridiculously neglectful of this website, and have added nothing new to it over the last 4 and a half years. Well, that drought is over! Please enjoy a look at a strange rom hack called Vs. Skate Kid Bros. You might learn a thing or two about the original source material as well!
As for the future of this site? Contrary to what you might think, I haven't run out of ideas or material for new updates - I actually have at least a half dozen pages that I've started but not gotten very far on, none of them being anywhere near completion. It's always a matter of finding the motivation (and time) to get the rest of the work done on them.
The good news is, during the course of writing this last review I've also spent a bit of time doing stuff for what I want to be the next update... which at this rate is going to end up being the most massive section on this page yet. And I do want to get it done very soon, for once. We'll see how well that enthusiasm holds up in the near future!
Finally, I'm realizing that with the increased amounts of time I've put into the most recent reviews on this site, it really makes the old ones look bad. I clearly rushed them just for the sake of getting them done and up on the internet. As a result, I'm not really proud of the first few things I uploaded way back in 2004 (crap on a crutch, has it really been that long?!?)... and gosh darnit, Chimera Beast deserves to have a much better page, at least! The idea of trying to go back and improve old reviews may not be as enticing to people as new content... but I feel like there's a lot that can be changed for the better. If nothing else, adding some videos to accompany this stuff (like I did with Skate Kid Bros) would help things, especially for that dumb MK2 Babality thing. Slightly revised reviews would also let me update this page more since I wouldn't have to do quite as much work (in theory). Hmmmm....
Oh also, while I haven't actually edited the content of any old reviews, I have decided to go back and make them a little more readable since they never had Arial font. I still want to redo the layout of this main page too, but I'm obviously so terrible at HTML. Guh!

March 20th, 2012 - Uhhhh, wow. I'm not exactly sure how something like this could happen, but this half-assed website somehow managed to inspire someone to create their own website of silly game reviews (and other fun things). And it's been around for nearly 4 years! So if you're saddened by the lack of new content here, do check out Gaming Hell, won't you? It should keep you plenty busy until I make a real update here. But maybe, just maybe, I'll manage to add a new review before I end up going 4 years on this page without adding any new content...?!?

October 31st, 2011 - On Halloween, the dead come back to life! Or rather, due to popular demand (well okay, one person asked), I decided to revive my old web project - Shock Therapy, a webpage about my favorite game in the whole world, Shock Troopers. I put it up on the internet back in 1999 and made no updates to it in over a decade (shocking, I know). It doesn't really feel right not having the page around, so there it is. Ultimately I kinda wanna do a new tribute to Shock Troopers, since I learned a lot of things about the game in that time and even ended up getting the highest score in the world on it. But we all know how I am about finishing new things for websites, right? Ha ha... ha......




June 29th, 2009 - Not really related to the webpage, but since it's hard to get the word out... youtube killed my account without any warning because they're fucking stupid. I will eventually try to re-upload as much stuff as possible to LordBBH2ndSquad, if you care.
(When IS this webpage getting new content? I don't know. I'm lazy...)

May 31st, 2008 - I keep second-guessing myself as to whether or not it's a good idea to go forward with the side project. In the meantime, I decided to actually finish up a new review instead! Enjoy the horror that is Brute Force.

April 26th, 2008 - I suck. :(
I suppose I had kinda promised that I would have some sort of update for now, but... I don't. I have like 4 different reviews sitting here that I've started, but they have all lingered in an unfinished state where I get stuck figuring out what to write and become convinced that each one isn't a very entertaining read in their current state. I'm probably too hard on myself, but that's how it goes.

I did have an idea for a new project that I was going to put on here, but I ran into a few snags. Once I get the kinks worked out (which I certainly hope will happen sometime within the next few weeks), I'll reveal what it is. You might end up liking it if you enjoy these shitty reviews.

August 31st, 2007 - Another 8 months, another update! Sorry. Have I ever mentioned before that I'm really lazy? It's true, ya know. Anyway, review added of Bust-a-Move Again. It's not as interesting as the last review, but hey it's something new. See you in April 2008! (just kidding... OR AM I?)

December 20th, 2006 - 8 months later, I finally update the website again! Whoops. To hopefully make amends for my absence, I've added the biggest review yet, for a wonderful little game by Taito called Crime City. Now that that's out of the way, maybe I can get back to regular, smaller updates. Then again, I didn't make good on that promise last time, so who knows!

April 18, 2006 - Can it be? An actual update on this site after a year and a half of stagnation?? Believe it, baby! I've finally gotten off my ass and written a detailed review about a mysterious game known only as Riot. Now, does this mean that I'll get back to updating this page again semi-regularly? Maybe! I still have plenty of other little projects to put up on here, it's just a matter of finding a way to not be lazy and do them. Easier said than done.
September 3rd, 2004 - Took a break from the "regular" reviews to do a different type of article - All about the Mortal Kombat II Babality Glitches. Yes, MK2 was a popular game, but this glitch has been mostly forgotten about since it only appeared in one of the earlier arcade versions, and finding an arcade with it now is pretty much impossible. I probably went a wee bit overboard with it, but it's a most entertaining bug. Trust me.

August 25th, 2004 - Minor additions to the Asylum and Who Dunit pages. I actually managed to finish Asylum five times in a row just to see the t-shirt offer screen. And I found out how to "finish" Who Dunit. Pity me. It's not right that I should know so much about such terrible games.

August 16th, 2004 - New review added of Asylum, an extremely-screwed up Gauntlet ripoff that didn't make it out of prototype. Also corrected a little error on Guardians of the 'Hood.

August 11th, 2004 - Tidied up this here index page a little bit. Now it doesn't look like complete ass! Just... mostly ass. Perhaps someday I'll make it a little less drab. But anyways... still working on another review that should be up soon, laziness nonwithstanding.

August 2nd, 2004 - Officially put this page up on the intarweb.